Category: High Tech and Consumer Electronics Supply Chain

Another Report of Troubling Labor Concerns Involving an Apple Supplier

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights for readers yet another recent report of alleged labor abuse concerning an Apple iPhone supplier.

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What Should Supply Chain Management Teams Expect in the Coming Year: Global Supply Network Challenges Remain with Resiliency Strategies Essential

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides Part Three highlights of the Ferrari Consulting and Research Group’s 2021 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains, summarizing global supply management outlooks for the coming year.

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Video Appearance by Supply Chain Matters Founder Bob Ferrari

The Supply Chain Matters highlights the latest video appearance from Founder and Executive Editor Bob Ferrari in a conversation with Enterprise Software influencer and Deal Architect blogger Vinnie Mirchandani.

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Reports of Worker Violence at Apple iPhone Factory in India

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights multiple reports that angry workers at the Wistron production facility located in southern India rioted on Saturday over alleged working conditions resulting in potentially costly physical and reputational damage to the facility.

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China’s Leaders Develop Framework for the Nation’s Next Five-Year Plan

In our efforts to assist our readers in bigger-picture trends that have meaning for today and tomorrow’s supply chain leaders, the Supply Chain Matters blog highlights some interesting perspectives from last week’s assembly of China’s leaders for developing the framework for the nation’s next five-year plan.

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Apple’s iPhone 12 Product Launch This Week- The Time of Execution Response is At-Hand

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides commentary reflecting on the potential product demand and supply network challenges related to this week’s formal launch of Apple’s new iPhone 12 product line up.

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Reports Indicate Foxconn Does Not Qualify for Proposed U.S. Production Financial Incentives

The Supply Chain Matters blog updates readers on reports indicating global high-tech electronics contract manufacturer Foxconn’s proposed investment in U.S. based manufacturing is now under the looking glass as an industrial development agency representing the State of Wisconsin has indicated this week that the contract manufacturing has not met outlined conditions for receiving State monetary incentives.

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